National Cliche Day
National Cliche Day is celebrated on November 3 of every year. A cliche is a phrase which is used very often or the element of artistic work which occurs in films or music just as often. If you are the person who wants to avoid using of old cliches for the stupid sounding, then it is a perfect day to get them all out of your brain and never have to think about them again until next year.
History of National Cliche Day
The founder and the origin of National Cliche Day are still unknown. The word “cliche” can be used both as an adjective and a noun. The word “Cliche” is originated from the French language. Initially, it is an onomatopoeia which describes the reporting noise of a printing plate. From then, the meaning of the word slowly evolved to mean a ready-made phrase that no thought was put into writing.
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How to Celebrate National Cliche Day
The best way to celebrate the National Cliche Day is by advising your brother to ‘seize the day’, accuse your partner of being ‘drunk as a skunk’, tell your best friend he/she ‘means the world to you’.overall, it’s all fine and dandy on the cliche day, so go with the flow. Share your thoughts on social media’s by using the hashtag #NationalClicheDay.